Nettie U. Barton
Source: Heppner Gazette-Times (OR) Dec. 30, 1940; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
Nettie U. Barton passed away December 17 at Riverside Cal., following a lingering illness. Memorial services were held in that city December 20 with interment in Olivewood cemetery.
Nettie U. Davis was born at Lexington July 3, 1895 to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davis. She attended public school there and graduated from the Lexington high school, later attending Pacific university where she studied music. She was a member of the Presbyterian church and the Eastern Star.
She was married to Walter C. Barton at Lexington June 22, 1917. Surviving are the husband, a daughter, Shirley Fauteck of Mahnomen, Minn.; a son, Walter C. Barton, Jr., and a grandson, Phillip Barton Fauteck of Mahnomen; her mother Mrs. W. J. Davis, Lexington, and the following brothers and sisters: Clarke F. Davis, Pendleton; James L. Davis, Lexington; Albert Glenn Davis, Bend; Mrs. Lucy S. Pointer, Seattle; Mrs. Mable Gray, Stanfield, and Mrs. Gladistine Mikesell, Toppenish, Wash.
Elma M. Conlan
Source: Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX) Wednesday, June 8, 1955; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
Mrs. Elma M., 224 Classsen Dr., passed away Monday. Survived by son Paul Conlan, Denver, Colo.; sisters, Mrs. A. N. Moen, Pasadena, Calif.; Mrs. N. P. Paulson, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. M. G. Borde, Duluth, Minn.; brothers, Anias Iverson, Jordan, Mont.; Alfred Iverson, Neil Iverson, both of Mahnomen, Minn.; 3 grandchildren. Remains were forwarded to Minneapolis, Minn., for services and interment.
Clayton C. Cooper
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Monday, 17 Apr. 1922; transcribed by FoFG mz
Mahnomen, Minn., April 16. – Clayton C. Cooper, age 75, Mahnomen county attorney, died at a hospital in Minneapolis this morning, according to news received here. Mr. Cooper had undergone an operation for appendicitis.
Source: Duluth News Tribune (12 Dec. 1907) transcribed by FoFG MZ
MAHNOMEN, Minn., Dec. 11. – Xavier DeMarre, aged 102 years and one of the earliest settlers in Minnesota, died here yesterday. He first settled in what is now Ramsey county and is said at one time to have owned the land now occupied by the Union station at St. Paul.
Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (Grand Forks, ND) Thursday, December 20, 1917; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
HOOPLE YOUNG MAN, ILL SIX YEARS, DEAD.
Grafton, N. D., Dec. 29.-The funeral of Jas. Desautel, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stenise Desautel of Hoople, took place here yesterday. The young man never recovered from an attack of typhoid fever, six years ago. Hip disease resulted, and he has been practically helpless for the past two years. He suffered a great deal and death was welcome.
He is survived by his parents, six brothers, David and Peter both residing at Mahnomen, Minn.; Leo of Grafton; Louis of Hoople; Ernest, a member of Company C and Oliver who resides at home. Also a sister, Mrs. Daniel Farrien who resides with her parents.
The funeral took place from St. John's Catholic church, Rev. Father C. M. Turcotte officiating.
Sam St. Pierre
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Sunday, February 2, 1913; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
FORMER STAPLES MAN DIES IN DETROIT.
(News Tribune Special.)
STAPLES, Minn., Feb. 1.-The death of Sam St. Pierre at his home in Detroit came as a great surprise to his numerous old friends at this place, where he once lived. He had been sick a little over a week, having complained of a soreness in the throat and bronchial tubes. Funeral service was held in the Catholic church at Detroit this morning and interment made in the family lot at that place.
Sam St. Pierre was born in Hull, Ont., Can., and was 65 years of age. He was twice married. He is survived by his wife and the following children: Mrs. John Qualey, Fargo; Mrs. Flora Schneider, Mahnomen; Mrs. Mary Jones, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Rosa McFarland, Cass Lake; Mrs. Mabel Boyce, who made her home with her parents; Clara Aamoth, Valley City, N. D.; Roy, Willie and Eugene, who are at home with their mother.
Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (ND) August 23, 1907; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
INDIAN MURDERER JAILED.
Indian Killed His Brother-in-law in Mahnomen County, While Intoxicated.
Sheriff Blanchard of Mahnomen county arrived in Crookston with Wah-We-Yea-Coming of Elbow Lake, Becker county, who was the cause of death of his brother-in-law Pym-Way-Gwon-Abe whom he struck across the head with a shovel at a medicine dance at Mahnomen, inflicting an awful wound four inches long and at one point extending into the cavity of the brain. The foul deed was committed last Friday when the two Indians in an intoxicated state entered into a quarrel. The victim did not die from the effects of his injuries until early Monday morning. The murderer seems unaware of his offense and showed no resistance to the officers of the law.
The prisoner was first taken to Mahnomen where he was given a preliminary hearing. He was bound over and will remain in the Crookston jail until next term of court in Mahnomen county, in October when he will receive his trial.
Source: The Minneapolis Journal (MN) December 13, 1905; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
WHITE EARTH, MINN. - Charles Seice, an old resident of the reservation, and one of the best known men of the Pembina Chippewas, died at his home near Mahnomen, aged 70 years.
[Note: This occurred when Mahnomen County was still part of Norman County.]
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Monday, 13 Feb. 1922; transcribed by FoFG mz
Mrs. Philomena Trovic, age 41, 220 West Fourth street, died yesterday at a local hospital. The body was removed to Grady & Horgan’s undertaking rooms, from where it will be sent to Bejou, Minn., today for burial.